Portland Human Rights Commission Meeting Nov 3 2010
This was filmed at the monthly meeting -open to the public on 11.3.10
Run time 142 minutes 41 secondsProducer Joe AnybodyAudio/Visual sound, color
It was held at The New Columbia Community Center in N. Portland.
There was three guest speakers who inform the committee about the escalating Human Trafficking problems we have in our city.
There is a noisy background fan running that was pretty annoying to everyone participating.
The monthly open to the public meeting is held every first Wednesday of the month from 3:30 - 6:00 PM
This was filmed in N Portland.
Portland has a serious problem with Human trafficking in the sex trade and the work / slave trade.
It was an eye opening informative meeting.
The three guests speakers, were asking for community help in this horrible escalating problem.
There was an additional input on this subject by a "citizen" at the public comment latter part of the video.
The video is 142 minutes long: http://www.archive.org/details/PortlandHumanRightsCommissionMeetingNov32010
The main topic was three speakers who explained about the Human Trafficking here in Portland Oregon:
I copied the meeting "agenda" below:
TIME / AGENDA / PERSONS RESPONSIBLE
1. 4:00 – 4:10
Welcoming and Introductions
Donita Fry, Chair
2. 4:10 – 4:15
Agenda Review & Approval of Minutes
Human Rights Commission
3. 4:15 - 4:25
HRC Elections / Committee Appointments
Action: Consider nomination of Arwen Bird for position of Vice Chair.
Action: Chair to consider nomination and appointment of Emily Gottfried to chair Committee for Intergroup Understanding
4. 4:25 – 5:45
Introduction: Human Trafficking from a human rights lens
Trafficking in Portland
Incidence of minor sex trafficking
Incidence of labor trafficking
Cases as examples
What to look for
Request to HRC for support
Discussion and deliberation on next steps
Deputy Keith Bickford – Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office
Officer Natasha Haunsperger – Portland Police Bureau
Chris Killmer – Catholic Charities
7. 5:45 – 6:00
Committee for Intergroup Understanding
Community and Police Relations
7. 6:00 – 6:15
Public Comment Period
Members of the Public
8. 6:15 – 6:25
Response to Public Comment
Human Rights Commission
9. 6:25 – 6:30
Meeting Evaluation and final reflections
The Portland Human Rights Commission website is here:
To see the past meeting Archives I have of these Human Right Meetings check here: